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creating multiple windows in browser + accessing content of a specific window

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I am trying to automate submission of same/similar data to some websites. What i am doing is, create a single page containing multiple web forms, with each form's submission and response being targeted to a new window.

I want to use SWT Browser (or any other) to initially display multiple windows, and in one window this single page (containing all forms) is displayed... When user submits all the forms, then each form's submission opens in the other windows in Browser. Then lmy application goes through the content of each response and determines if the submission was successful or not.

I want to implement this using SWT or any other browser that can be embedded in Java desktop app.... Is this doable? Any pointers would be appreciated.

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